Oracle Business Intelligence Standard Edition One is a business intelligence suite geared toward small and midsized companies. Its drag and drop features simplify report and dashboard creation, and users can generate a variety of documents, including shipping labels and tax forms.
A key selling point for this system is that it's easy to set up and scale, allowing users to add features as needed. It is also compatible with the Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition, which is helpful for organizations as their usage requirements grow.
Applications within this system include the Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher, which allows users to create and manage their reports, invoices, sales orders, checks, etc., and download them as PDF, HTML and Microsoft Excel files. There is also Oracle Business Intelligence Answers, which allows users to slice and dice their data for further analysis.
This software is available for on-premise deployment, and pricing is on a per user basis.
Ivan from Platinumbank
Specialty: Banking & Financial Services
Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees
It is very powerful tool for analytics and for business users that gives a great possibility to visualize all the processes in the company.
Great visibility, easy model and reports building. Easy administration process and creating access groups, speed of reports rendering.
Installation process is very hard for users that doesn't have an experience with oracle products, license price.
Ravi from Pen
Great for transactional reporting with oracle database for oracle EBS Applications, easy to maintain the software
Tools for admin, desktop and viewer for end users, faster to pull big reports and can be scheduled to run in off hours
End of life .. no support
It's free with oracle
Naila from Alberta Health Services
Employees number: 10,000+ employees
Oracle is great in the sense that you can drill down and see almost anything you need to. It has the capacity to display a vast variety of information. There are very many filters that sometimes makes the ease of use a little difficult but once you figure that out, youre golden.
The accessibility of so much info and the ability to be able to drill down to specifics. You are able to view the data in a variety of ways which fit your needs.
Can sometime be difficult with navigation - lots of filters that sometimes make things confusing
Andy from HoltKC.com
I am going to be frank here, I hate OBIEE. I've spent hours configuring dashboards. It is very complicated from a user perspective, although you can change almost all the fonts and stuff like that. It's got all the features you want when it comes to some things, but then it doesn't do the most random things you would assume any modern BI platform could do. For instance, searching subsets of data is not easy. Creating / Saving ad hoc filters is impossible unless you create copies of dashboards.
This is very much a platform designed for IT people to administer, which is my IT group 'loves' this crap. But from a business user perspective it sucks.